August 16, 2018
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Confetti bursts from the poppers students brought …
Fairview’s class of 2018 has officially graduated from high school. more
NORTHERN MICHIGAN — Celebrated as the first extended weekend following winter, Memorial Day has became a holiday of sales, grilling and yard work, but its meaning is much deeper. more
The Oscoda County Board of Commissioners voted to pay out a life insurance policy for someone who never had one through the county in the first place at it’s May 8 meeting. more
The counties first capital improvement plan since the reinstatement of the Planning Commission is nearly complete. more
The Michigan Senate has passed a bill prohibiting local governments from banning the ownership of certain dog breeds. more
Recently the Michigan State Waterways Commission introduced a resolution that, among other things, proposed mandatory registration and a fee up to $10 for small watercraft like kayaks and paddleboards. more
Commissioner Larry Wilson made a motion to do away with health insurance for commissioners at their May 8 meeting. more
Chris Hebert hoists his daughter above his head …
The warmth of late spring and early summer finally came around this year as the inaugural Wrenches and Rods event went off in downtown Mio, May 5. more
Linda and Bill Rundel of Lewiston talk with …
The Oscoda County Conservation District had another excellent year for its annual grow show partly thanks to the blue skies and temperature forecasted in the low 70s. The annual event was held at … more
A fireman walks into the smoke to monitor …
A forest fire jumped the I-75 median going east roughly one mile south of the US127 and I-75 junction south of Grayling May 1. more
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